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Ubuntu updating ffmpeg

Development branch snapshots work really well 99% of the time so people are not afraid to use them.

This is a useful tool if you're showing your H.264 in MP4 videos on the web. I tried this on a clean Ubuntu Server and the script would run and not give errors about failed dependencies. [h264_qsv @ 0x3ff5d60] mfx init: /dev/drirender D128 fd open failed [h264_qsv @ 0x3ff5d60] mfx init: /dev/drirender D129 fd open failed [h264_qsv @ 0x3ff5d60] mfx init: /dev/drirender D123 fd open failed When using the ffmpeg command from terminal I get "/bin/sh: 1: ffmpeg: not found" I followed the whole process and everything went well, just I am not able to use the ffmpeg command. and my ffmpeg version 0.8 how to achieve a successful ffmpeg installation...

It relocates some data in the video to allow playback to begin before the file is completely downloaded. For ubuntu 12.04 I had to install yasm-1.2.0 to compile x264: wget tar xzf yasm-1.2.0gz cd yasm-1.2.0/ ./configure && make sudo checkinstall --pkgname=yasm --pkgversion="5:$(date %Y%m%d%H%M)-git" --backup=no --deldoc=yes --fstrans=no --default cd .. Might want to install try running the commands manually.

But ffmpeg is no longer listed as an installed package, and ) does exist.